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What Is The Best Way To Access My Bank 1 Sensor 1 O2 Sensor In My 2007 Kia ...
I'd like to replace it myself as I have done a few times for other vehicles but don't know the best way to get at it behind the engine. I want to remove as little as possible to get at it. Thanks!!
Left Rear Brake Lights Don't Work
left rear brake lights don't work. Checked all bulbs and they're good. All other lights work.
Do you know of any problems with sudden acceleration with the cruise control on(working). We had this happen to us on Feb. 18th this year and were on the freeway. We ended up blowing the engine. Th...
2002 Kia Sedona Won't Start
Good battery good starter won't turn motor
04 Kia Sedona Overheating
A/C went out but drive fine for another 1500 miles or so. Then it started overheating. It went from fine to past the red line in just a few minutes and then died. Got it off the road and cooled do...
Kia Sedona Overview
The Kia Sedona minivan has always excelled in the area of safety, earning top ratings from the NHTSA and the Insurance Institute. Touted as the safest minivan in America, it also offers excellent quality, power, and capacity -- all attractive options to a family on a budget. Introduced in 2002, the first Sedona attempted to compete with the Odyssey and Sienna, but lacked many desired features in a minivan, such as flat-fold seats and a power sliding door. The absence of these features kept the price tag down, but deterred those looking for more convenience and access for families. The first Sedona was also very heavy, and although it had a powerful 3.5 V6 engine, it struggled on acceleration or when loaded up with cargo or passengers. It came in two trim levels, base LX and sportier EX, with three rows of seats. A needed redesign in 2005 added inches and height to the Kia Sedona, increasing head and legroom overall. It also smartly added power sliding doors and tailgate, rear parking sensors, and flat-folding third row seats, bringing the minivan into better line with its competition. A more powerful 3.8 V6 now gets 250-hp, making the Sedona a good performer on the road with towing capabilities as well. In terms of safety, it still beats out other minivans with its standard six airbags, traction control, stability control, and ABS brakes. Though the price tag has creeped up, families looking for a reliable, quality, comfortable minivan are drawn to the Kia Sedona.